How to include a MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM PRACTICE in your Pathology Prevention plans.
A holistic systems approach to health care requires that the Health Guardian has an understanding of each of the organ systems. The major function of the reproductive system is to ensure survival of the species. The male reproductive system consists of a pair of testes, scrotum, and a network of excretory ducts (epididymis, vas deferens, and ejaculatory ducts), seminal vesicles, the prostate, the bulbourethral glands, and the penis. The organs of the male reproductive system are specialized for three primary functions: To produce, maintain, transport, and nourish sperm (the male reproductive cells), and protective fluid (semen.)
Pathology prevention for the male reproductive system helps strengthen the functions of the testes, seminal vesicles, prostate, bulbourethral glands and the penis. Pathology prevention also helps control transportation of fluids, nutrients, and gases through these organ’s cell walls. This establishes strong boundaries between organs and helps establish autonomy between organs within the male reproductive system, while providing resistance against bacterium, viral, and fungal attacks. Pathology prevention practices facilitate the interconnections between the male reproductive system, and the nervous, cardiovascular, and urinary systems. The Health Guardian can help prevent both infectious and noninfectious diseases of the male reproductive system. The Health Guardian can improve the systems effectiveness against pathogens by; Eating a balanced diet that is high in fiber and low in fat, Drinking plenty of water, Getting regular exercise, Maintaining a healthy weight, Getting enough sleep, Avoiding using tobacco, alcohol, or other drugs, Managing stress in healthy ways and Personal hygiene.